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Old Town Temecula Arch Entrance on Front Street

Old Town Temecula
Stroll through the original town settled in the 19th Century. Beautifully restored buildings, wonderful antique shoppes, museums, delicious restaurants, unique stores, vibrant night life and more awaits you in this true gem of the Temecula Valley.

Temecula Farmer’s Market
A true local delight held every Saturday [weather permitting] in the parking lot behind the Greyhound Bus depot in Old Town Temecula at Front and 6th Streets. Local growers offer fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown beef, chicken, and eggs. There’s plants and fresh flowers, local craft makers, and delicious jerky’s, sweet potato pies, samosas, gyros. crepes, and more being served. Saturday’s from 8am to 1pm.
Farmer’s Market on Map

Temecula Public Libraries [Robert H. Roberts and Grace Mellman Community]
The library always has wonderful events fo children that make it fun to read. They has a special kids’ library that hosts writers clubs, story time, and others kids’ programs. What better gift then the joy of reading?

Visit our Beautiful Temecula Parks
Our public neighborhood and community parks provide various amenities including: BBQ, picnic tables, children’s play areas, paths to walk, run, jog, and bike. outdoor basketball or tennis, A.D.A. accessible [varies by park – check each for what they offer].
Check out the list on Temecula Dept. of Parks here
Check out Temecula’s public parks on Google Maps

FREE Moonlight Movies in the Park
Harveston Community Park and Temeku Hills Park host FREE movies in the park during the summer season.

Summer Concert Series at the Temecula Amphitheater
FREE Thursday night concerts at the amphitheater in the Community Recreation center at 7pm.

Sunday’s in the Square
Live music, food and crafts vendors, and outdoor activities on Summer Sundays. Please bring your own chairs and blankets to the event. Concerts located in front of the Civic Center at 41000 Main Street, Temecula CA 92590.

Temecula Blueberry Farm
Pick your own, field trips, agricultural tours, movie nights, the chicken show, story time, and muffin monday’s. What’s not to like about the Temecula blueberry farm, a great place to visit for the whole family.

Temecula Olive Oil Company
A local Temecula Valley Ranch grows their own olives and presses them into their award-winning extra virgin olive oils in a variety of flavors. Visit their tasting room in Old Town Temecula. They also offer ranch tours.

Vail Lake Resort
8,000+ acres of stunning landscapes surrounding a beautiful 1000+ acre lake. Host of camping sites, an RV Resort, great biking trails, 1/4 millions acres of national forest, and near Temecula Wine country makes this a top Temecula Valley destination. They provide special events, music events, kids’ events, and much more. A must visit in the valley!

Fun for the Kids

Temecula Clay
Pottery and art studio. Greats for the whole family, groups, birthday parties, and more. They offer kids and adult classes, couples date night, coffee and clay workshops and even summer camps.

Temecula Lanes Bowling
Bowling is always fun for the whole family. Temecula has 20 lanes and is a popular place in town. There’s daily specials and you can grab a bite to eat while you’re bowling, they offer pizza, fries, nachos, and other snacks.

Get Air Trampoline Park
Great fun for the whole family. Kiddie court, foam pit, slack line, ninja course are just some of the fun things happening at Big Air. A fun place for birthday parties, fun and games, and enjoying their main performing events.

PennyPickel’s Workshop – Temecula Children’s Museum
7,500 sq. ft. of fun inventions, gadgets, and science experiments for kids. Their mission to help kids discover science through play, so they’re learning while having lots of fun. Reservations only

Dripping Springs Campground
A beautiful campground and wilderness area to get out into nature and walk, hike, backpack, horseback ride, or just unwind and enjoy some marshmallows toasting over your campfire.

Horseback Riding at Green Acres Ranch
Horseback riding lessons, Ranch rides, youth camps, boy and girl scouts, birthday parties, and more are available at Green Acres Ranch. Have fun immersing your family in nature.

The Temecula Valley Museum
Take a look into the region’s past and how Temecula came to be. Families can take a one hour tour and learn about Temecula’s roots and see some of it’s origins in old photographs, cultural artifacts, farming equipment, and more.

Too hot? Cool off at the beach! Take the Beach Bus to Oceanside or other beaches.
Beach Bus to Oceanside
Beach Bus Route from Temecula & Murrieta
Greyhound Bus to Oceanside beaches

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